ITPEnergised has provided technical and environmental support on a number of proposed electricity storage and peaking stations in the UK, on behalf of several developers. Read more here...
ONSHORE RENEWABLES & STORAGE
We cut through the complexities and deliver optimum solutions
Developing and operating high quality, standalone and hybrid onshore renewables and flexible storage portfolios, aligned to your needs.
We deliver industry-leading onshore renewables and storage solutions based on strategic advice and deep sector-specific knowledge from grid connection, environmental planning, technical due diligence right through to asset management and repowering. We work as a natural extension to your teams with your wider goals and objectives in mind. From standalone onshore wind, solar PV and storage assets or combinations of these in hybrid schemes we understand the commercial implications of technical discovery to build meaningful portfolios. We help deliver the project but think longer term with your project pipeline in mind.
A Range of Experience
Our expansive portfolio includes work in mainland and remote island settings in the UK and overseas for a range of clients across funds, lending banks, private equity, multilateral agencies, utilities, corporates, developers, regulators, government and network companies. Our delivery team supports projects through the acquisition, development, planning, construction, operational and repowering phases, providing you with reliable, commercially minded, environmental and energy solutions at every stage.
Read more about our work in the Onshore Renewables & Storage sector.
What We Do
We work closely with you at every stage, bringing the full range of our expertise to the project and with five key principles: collaboration and support, innovation and entrepreneurship, client-focus, technical excellence and having as much fun as possible doing it.
ITPEnergised is providing asset management services for operational wind energy projects from 500kW to 11MW at sites across the UK. Read more...